Our Current Fellows


Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Ranked among the top women’s health fellowships, the Washington University Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship prepares trainees to achieve excellence in academic medicine.

Kristina Epplin Sondgeroth, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2016 Graduates 6.30.2019

Joshua Rosenbloom, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2016 Graduates 6.30.2019

Adam Lewkowitz, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2016 Graduates 6.30.2019

Antonina (Toni) Frolova, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2017 Graduates 6.30.2020

Bethany Sabol, MD  
Began Fellowship 7.1.2017 Graduates 6.30.2020

Leilah Zahedi-Spung, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2018 Graduates 6.30.2021

Jonathan Hirshberg, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2018 Graduates 6.30.2021

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Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility

REI fellows are also trained to design and execute high impact research in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Graduates of the three year program are leaders in all aspects of the field – clinical, surgical and research.

Ashley Eskew, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2016 Graduates 6.30.2019

Stephanie Gunderson, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2017 Graduates 6.30.2020

Vinita Alexander, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2018 Graduates 6.30.2021

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Gynecology Oncology

The Washington University fellowship in Gynecologic Oncology is an ACGME-approved fellowship program three-year program. Typically two three-year fellows are accepted into the program each year.

James Cripe, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2016 Graduates 6.30.2019

Kathryn Mills, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2016 Graduates 6.30.2019

Molly Greenwade, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2017 Graduates 6.30.2020

Tommy Buchanan, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2017 Graduates 6.30.2020

Mary Maggie Mullen, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2018 Graduates 6.30.2021

Abigail Zamorano, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2018 Graduates 6.30.2021

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Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery

The Washington University fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery is an ACGME-accredited three-year program for individuals who have completed residency training in obstetrics and gynecology or urology at an ACGME-approved program.

Melanie Meister, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2016 Graduates 6.30.2019

Stacy Lenger, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2017 Graduates 6.30.2020

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Family Planning

During the two-year program, fellows will pursue either a Master of Science in Clinical Investigation or a Master of Population Health Sciences. Fellows also have the opportunity to complete a global health rotation.

Carly Zeal, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2017 Graduates 6.30.2019

Amy Addante, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2018 Graduates 6.30.2020

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Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology

The 2 year fellowship is designed to prepare the trainee to pursue a career in pediatric and adolescent gynecology. Extensive clinical experience is provided at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Saint Louis Children’s Hospital and Missouri Baptist Medical Center.

Bindu Patel, MD
Began Fellowship 7.1.2017 Graduates 6.30.2019

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